Photographer's Note

I remember the movie I viewed before of a young young English schoolboy living with his rich parents in a luxurious Shanghai suburb comes to an abrupt end in 1941 when the Japanese invade.

He is separated from his parents, who are evacuated. He spends some time living in his deserted house, living on the remnants of packaged food.


The centre of Dunfanaghy is a small square with a market house built in 1847 and a quay built in 1831 and formerly used to export corn.

There are four churches: Clondehorky Old Church (now ruined), Dunfanaghy Presbyterian Church, Holy Cross (Roman Catholic) and Holy Trinity (Church of Ireland).

The village is also home to a golf club, several art galleries and craft shops, and a museum, situated in part of a former workhouse, which describes the effects of the Irish Potato Famine on Dunfanaghy.

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Additional Photos by Gani Bibat (isabib) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 334 W: 16 N: 171] (1953)
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